4th of July Pet Safety

The 4th of July is an important holiday, but one of the most dangerous for pets.

Virtual Summer Camps

Pet Pals Virtual Camp (July 13 – 16)

Pet Pals Virtual Camp

Appropriate for Ages: 6-10

Dates: July 13-16th

Time:  11am- 12pm  (Sessions are approximately 45 minutes – 1 hour)

Cost: $75

Description: Our virtual camp experience includes a bag full of fun shelter swag, live virtual interactions, and self-paced videos and activities!  Each day, campers will get to meet different animals, learn something new, and participate in interactive games or activities! To ensure virtual participation, it is recommended that your child have access to a device that connects to the internet and the ability to use Zoom.

Sample Schedule:

11:00-11:15 Fun game (Kahoot competition!)

11:15-11:25 Interactive lesson (Learn how to train your dog!)

11:25-11:40 Craft/Activity (Make a cat mask!)

11:40-11:50 Meet cute animals (Did someone say puppies and kittens?!)

What You’ll Get:

  • Camp Kit delivered to your house*, including:

    • Craft supplies

    • Activity book with fun worksheets and coloring pages

    • Stuffed cat or dog

  • Bonus Charleston Animal Society Swag, including:

    • T-shirt

    • Sunglasses

    • Reusable cup

    • Clicker

    • Reusable tote

  • Bitmoji Classroom PDF sent to your e-mail, including:

    • Self-paced videos

    • Virtual games

    • DIY activities

*Delivery is only offered for locations within 20 miles of Charleston Animal Society.  You must register by the Thursday prior to the start of your camp week in order to have your Camp Kit delivered to your house.  Deliveries will be made the Friday prior to your week of camp.

If you register after Thursday, you must pick up your kit at 2455 Remount Rd. in North Charleston.  Pick up will be available Friday at 12:00pm through Sunday at 5:00pm.  If you are unable to pick-up your kit at the shelter, additional mailing fees will apply and package delivery is not guaranteed by the start of camp.

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Effective June 24, 2020, all individuals (staff, volunteers, visitors, clients, customers, contractors and animal control officers, etc.) entering Charleston Animal Society will be required to wear a face mask or face covering and sanitize their hands prior to entry.

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